Well@work Employer Toolkit
If you've decided that you need a wellness program at your workplace, you've come to the right spot. Here you'll find a suite of extensive resources to keep your employees engaged in their own health, including how to assess your company's wellness needs and tips for planning an onsite health fair.
Starting your program:
Keeping employees engaged:
Employee participation is essential to a successful wellness program. Use the tools below to encourage interaction and gain momentum. Establishing clear policies, benefits and incentives and publicizing activities will keep health and wellness a central focus at your workplace.
Maintaining the focus on health at your workplace:
Once you've made health and wellness a primary focus at your workplace, it's important to keep it top of mind. The materials below will give you ideas for ways to make wellness a part of your company's DNA, such as healthy lunchroom and catering options.
2016 Wellness Activity Calendar
Healthy food options
Meeting Well - American Cancer Society
Guidelines for Offering Healthy Foods at Meetings, Seminars and Catered Events - The University of Minnesota, School of Public Health
LEAN works! - The Center for Disease Control
The Oregon Health Authority Health Promotion and
Chronic Disease Prevention Program